Another exciting froggie adventure for the frog team - this time we braved a night of pouring rain at Border Ranges National Park (thankfully the second night was dry), plus a day expedition to Toonumbar NP find the elusive Richmond Range Mountain frog (Philoria richmondensis)!
Sherwood lookout in Toonumbar NP was a great spot for lunch, overlooking the habitats of the closely-related mountain frogs, the red and yellow mountain frog (P. kundagungan), the masked mountain frog (P. loveridgei) and...
Over the last few nights our amphibian chytridiomycosis team (Dr. David Newell, Prof. Hamish McCallum, Dr. Laura Grogan and Thais Sasso Lopes) went out into the field (Nightcap National Park) for the first trip of the season! We were looking for the endangered Fleay's barred frog.
They're hard to find (unless you happen to be as experienced as Dave). There's a frog buried in the soil and leaf litter somewhere in this photo - and I haven't the froggiest idea where! Can you spot it? :)